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Introduction Citizenship is one of the key concepts underpinning both the vision and the philosophical basis of modern Western political thought. A broad range of disciplines employ it in a variety of contexts and with quite different connotations.

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As a result, Old women wanting sex in Deh-e Esma`il Qanbar suggestive and multifa- ceted notion of citizenship proves hard to unravel, and even harder to define. Identifying the main constituents of the concept, however, is a cru- cial preliminary step for comparative analysis — especially when com- paring systems with fairly different approaches and largely distinct ap- praisals of such a concept.

The purpose of capturing the salient fea- tures of citizenship is precisely to transcend the purely descriptive level of definitions and to track their development in the Arab world, thus reaching a deeper understanding of the issues involved.

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Basic constituents of citizenship Investigating the social and political nature of man was the innermost and earliest level Old women wanting sex in Deh-e Esma`il Qanbar inquiry into the texture of human relations in an- cient philosophy. Following the developments of citizenship through the ages, evidence can be gathered that major turning points occur pre- cisely when the anthropological model changes; such was the case with the Aristotelian model, a longstanding shared horizon for the Western and Eastern political discourse.

III, 2, The treatise on Politics, however, was not included in the Corpus Sx totelicum of the Arabs. Yet, his influence on ancient and modern political theory is not disputed and proves the underlying importance of the conception of man in the development of political thought. Some scholars attribute the eclipse of Politics to its inherent inability to relate to any political entity other than the Greek polis, and the trea- tise sank into oblivion during the Hellenistic Des Moines black sluts Viano The political community is the other major coordinate of citizenship.

If we represent citizenship as an ellipsoid, the individual and the politi- cal community are its foci, whereas its main Old women wanting sex in Deh-e Esma`il Qanbar points can be expressed in terms of membership, rights, participation or status, var- iously considered from the Eska`il, philosophical, political or sociological planes.

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When the models of each focus Old women wanting sex in Deh-e Esma`il Qanbar, the entire figure re- shapes. Classical models and early East-West contacts The relationship Old women wanting sex in Deh-e Esma`il Qanbar the individual and the political community has been explored Casual Dating West roxbury Massachusetts 2132 through the ages.

However, there are some experiences that have given rise to different models of citizen- ship: The contrasting paradigms of citizenship in classical Greece and republican Rome affected the development of citizenship theories in the West more than in the Eastern Dehe when the two models were at their apex, contacts with the Arabs were fairly marginal. At that point 3rd-7th centuries ADthough, the epoch of the Greek poleis and the Roman ci- vitas was long over. In the Eastern Byzantine provinces, neither the Greek nor the Ro- man classical concept of citizenship took root.

The Persian tradition, however, ni the ruler and his rigid class system at the centre; such was most likely the attitude towards the subject that was perceived by the Lakhmids when brought under direct Sassanid control. When Arabs made more direct contacts with Romans and Persians in the 5th and 6th centuries AD, citizenship did not represent or no longer represented the axis of the political discourse for these civilisa- tions.